A Thanksgiving-day interview with my two cousins/script consultants, a quick look at scene 2, and some dailies from the "hacker" scenes Topic: film, high school, student, film, filmmaker, filmmaking, moviemaking, clown, clowns, gingerich
These are six Web buttons in favor of repealing the 17th Amendment to the United States Constitution, ratified in 1913. There is plenty of information on the Internet about the 17th Amendment. It is often brought up by columnists when relevant to certain current events. There are six web buttons included, three of which are animated GIFs, and three of which are non-animated JPGs. They were all made on January 23, 2010. All of these Web buttons are in the public domain and thus free to use... Topics: repeal the 17th amendment, 17th amendment, amendment xvii, us constitution, senate, congress,...
I have a discussion about acting with Arin Baun ("Alex"). EXGfilms.com is online, with WholesaleSouls.com coming soon! Topic: film, high school, student, film, filmmaker, filmmaking, moviemaking, cheesecake, gingerich
The license for this Ogg Vorbis+Ogg Theora file is as follows: Verbatim copying and distribution of each video are permitted worldwide, without royalty, in any medium, provided this notice, and the copyright notice, are preserved. See http://gplv3.fsf.org/av for more information and copyright holder contacts. Topics: GPLv3, GPL, draft, talk
I'm back, and principal photography is SOOOOO CLOSE to being done! Here's a scene we shot at Channel 10 a week or two ago, featuring my brother Jonathan and my former AP Lit and Comp teacher, Mr. Marshall. As always, you can get in touch with me at email@example.com, you can find the script online at http://agingeri.spymac.com/wholesalesouls.pdf, and you can peruse the budget at http://agingeri.spymac.com/budget.pdf. Topic: film, high school, student, film, filmmaker, filmmaking, moviemaking, penguin, penguins, gingerich
Hosts: Nard and Ray Guest: Jeff Krell Jeff Krell joined us to talk about Jayson, The Killer Condom, and Down to the Bone. Nard saw Erasure. Ray saw some zombies downtown. Topics: bearpodcast, bears, cubs, glbt, comics, bent-con, jayson
byUniversity of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
A video history interview with Dr. Dale Bennett, MD, pathologist and founding faculty member of the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. Topics: History, Medicine, University, Texas, Health Science Center, San Antonio
I review the events I haven't yet covered from the month of October, specifically the "clown" scenes – includes a preliminary cut of Scene 23 Topic: film, high school, student, film, filmmaker, filmmaking, moviemaking, clown, clowns, gingerich
The DVD menu reads:LRRC Layout VideoDVD acquired from Mary Ellen and John Blaze of St. Louis, Missouri, USA.Possibly relevant links:Lionel Railroader ClubLionel Rail Road Club of Saint Louis Topic: model trains
Hello. This is my second fan art contribution to the Mass Effect series. The main theme in this video is loosely based on potential events which occurr after Shepard dies. Due to limitations in cinematic content from both ME1 and 2 (and my lack of ability to do Mass Effect Machinima :P), additional artwork was required to assemble the theme's elements. The main soundtrack of the video "Time Orchid" was composed by me, in the key of B minor scale, in mixolydian mode if I'm correct. The... Topics: masseffect, time, orchid, mass, effect, aftereffects, fanart, fan, art
Hello. I'm Andrew Gingerich. I'm a high school senior in Fort Collins, Colorado, and I make movies. I'm currently trying to make a feature-length movie. In this first of who-knows-how-many vodcasts, I'll be giving you some basic information about the production. I'll close out the show with a little clip from a script development session I had with my younger cousin this summer. Topic: film, high school, film, student, filmmaker, filmmaking, moviemaking, misguided, gingerich
The "cooking" and "eating" scenes are done! There were a few major glitches and the biscuits were uncooperative, but that is to be expected when your actors aren't paid and you just want to get them OUT OF YOUR HOUSE! This time, we conclude with some behind-the-scenes video shot by Evan, who plays Warren but wasn't acting today and was instead doing a frightening job of holding my expensive microphone. Topic: film, high school, film, student, filmmaker, filmmaking, moviemaking, biscuits, gingerich
Featuring my Foundation 2D project: The Magical Murderous Kingdom of Eat Street and guest Jacob Smith, victim of a head explosion. Also: God the All-Seeing ignores Leo until he goes away! Topic: film, filmmaker, filmmaking, moviemaking, student, gingerich, terminal philosophy, minneapolis,...
So where do you buy a used cattle skull in Fort Collins on a Saturday afternoon? What about smashable retro chairs? These questions and more answered when I talk to my mother about prop shopping. Then, as promised, the car crash scene. PLEASE NOTE: This particular episode is über-long, and as such, über-compressed. What do you want from me? I have dial-up. All future episodes should now also be fully compatible with the iPod video. And I know I promised you a candy glass recipe, but I'd... Topic: film, high school, student, film, filmmaker, filmmaking, moviemaking, candy glass, gingerich
byThomas Corriher and Sarah Cain of The Heatlh Wyze Report
This documentary explains the Rockefeller influence on the health care industry, and particularly how safe alternatives have been silenced in favor of chemotherapy, radiation and surgery. Going back to the early twentieth century, this movie explains how it all got started, and why we are in our current health care predicament. It then provides cures for those suffering with cancer. Produced by The Health Wyze Report at http://HealthWyze.org Topics: the cancer report, cancer, health, oncology, chemotherapy, cures, suppressed cures, HealthWyze,...
byC. Thomas Corriher and Sarah C. Corriher of The Heatlh Wyze Report
This documentary explains the Rockefeller influence on the health care industry, and particularly how safe alternatives have been silenced in favor of chemotherapy, radiation and surgery. Going back to the early twentieth century, this movie explains how it all got started, and why we are in our current health care predicament. It then provides cures for those suffering with cancer. A smaller but much higher quality AVI/Divx version of this film can be downloaded from the bittorrent system, and... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: the cancer report, cancer, health, oncology, chemotherapy, cures, suppressed cures, HealthWyze,...
Home footage of New Orleans six months after it was devastated by Hurricane Katrina. Filmed on location on February 24, 2006. Locations include the 17th Street Canal, Canal Boulevard, Lake Pontchartrain, the Mid-City region, Chalmette in St. Bernard Parish, the Upper 9th Ward, and the Lower 9th Ward. About the different video formats: - NewOrleans2006.mp4 is recommended for Mac users. - NewOrleans2006.wmv is recommended for Windows users. - NewOrleans2006.ogm is recommended for Linux users. -... Topics: New Orleans, Hurricane Katrina, Katrina